Several people sent me this storyfrom The Atlantic about a new computer program that is being tested by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Societyto determine which American town or city could be the most hospitable to a third worlder arriving in the US.
I’m posting it just so you know about it and especially for those of you who came over from Refugee Resettlement Watch and have told me you miss news about refugees.
Before I give you a few snips from the story, you need to know that at present the nine federal resettlement contractors meet on a regular basis in the Washington, DC area and divide up the incoming cases. One long-time observer refers to the process as “bidding for bodies.”
I would love to be a fly on the wall watching the process because, at the present time, the Trump Administration has drastically reduced the incoming refugee flow and so I suspect there is some squabbling among the ‘humanitarian’ agencies for those few paying customers. (For newbies, refugee contractors are paid by the feds on a per refugee head basis.) Continue reading “Computer Program Dubbed "Annie" Making Decisions about Refugee Placement (so we are told!)”→
As I have said on many previous occasions, I hope the Trump Administration is gathering their successful fraud-busting cases together to use as examples of what the Trump team is doing for us—finding and punishing those ripping off the US taxpayer!
At every rally he should be giving an update on how much fraud he is uncovering and busting!
But, at least in this story, the ‘new Americans’ are robbing and beating their fellow ‘new Americans.’ (See my recent postabout the death of a white man at the hands of an immigrant gang.)
Move over Minneapolis, little Lewiston, ME is trying to catch up with you in the diversity-is-beautiful race to the top by keeping the local police busy.
If this is an example of what happens when dying cities ‘welcome’ migrants, maybe Lewiston should have been left to die?
(I wonder, does adding jobs in the police department count as a way to improve the local economy in dying cities? Pew?) Editor: I’m going to be gone for a few days, so trying to get a couple of posts up this morning for you before I dash! I will be tweeting while I’m away so watch my right hand sidebar here atFrauds and Crooksfor news that you can use! Continue reading “Lewiston, ME (again) Where the Joys of Diversity Increase by the Day”→
Editor: I’m going to be gone for a few days, so trying to get a couple of posts up this morning for you before I dash!
Frankly I have never bought into this idea that we have to continue to import millions of people to America every year to prop up dying cities and the Chamber of Commerce.
Does anyone ever ask what the longterm costs are of ‘welcoming’ third world poverty to impoverished cities?
There is all this talk (as in this latest from Pew) about how they fill houses and apartments that would have otherwise been vacant, and that they supply low wage workers for global corporations (can you say BIG MEAT!).
But, what are the costs to the federal taxpayer as you will see obliquely mentioned in this latest prescription? And, what are the costs to our uniquely American culture?
Maybe dying cities are dying for a reason! Maybe we should let them die (the buggy whip analogy)!
But the assumption always is—-accckkk! We can’t let that happen!
So we have the Dems teamed up (these cities are all Democrat-run and “new Americans” vote for the D’s) with the big corporations and the Chamber of Commerce merchants begging for more refugees and immigrants of all strips! Continue reading “Pew: Dying Cities Need More Refugees/Immigrants”→
“Do I regret what I did? Never. If I had to do it one more time, I would do it. I regret I didn’t kill that cop.”
He is really a Tunisian, but all the earlier reports I read kept referring to him as a Canadian.
He was living in Canada legally and is therefore obviously one of their great diversity picks! Now American taxpayers get to pay for his incarceration for life and you can bet he is going to be a demanding prisoner when it comes to his religious ‘requirements’!
I didn’t get around to this story last week, but I expect most of you didn’t see it anyway, although much to my surprise this is a Reutersstory posted by NBC. What is going on at NBC, they have had some pretty useful stories of late!